Susie Landau Finch
Susie Landau Finch is a Writer-Producer-Director with a background in film and theater production. She has studied in London, at Hampshire College, and in the Department of Dramatic Writing at NYU. She has worked extensively for American Zoetrope in all aspects of film production under the aegis of Francis Ford Coppola’s LA and SF studios. Her producing credits include: Bram Stoker’s Dracula, The Spirit of ‘76, Traveling Light, and Wake, which received a Prism Commendation award.
Recently, she has adapted the feature The Doctor’s Wife from a novel of the same name, which she will direct with Fred Roos and Patrick Cunningham producing. She has served as US president for Vision Picture Co, an Australian Film Company and is a board member for the Blank Theatre Company in Hollywood and the Melrose Hill HPOZ. She teaches acting to directors at Chapman University.